Massachusetts Can Learn From the Business Community’s Clean Energy Leadership

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Massachusetts Can Learn From the Business Community’s Clean Energy Leadership

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Massachusetts companies are leading the way on reducing carbon emissions. #MA lawmakers should continue to raise the bar for a #cleanenergy future. Op-ed by @EnviroLeagueMA @HCWithoutHarm @CeresNews in @wgbh #mapoli https://bit.ly/2pO8huQ
Monday, April 2, 2018 - 12:00pm

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Massachusetts is a national hub for innovation in the technology, healthcare, and clean energy sectors. From world-class universities to a rapidly growing biotechnology industry and unparalleled healthcare sector, Bay State businesses and institutions are on the cutting edge. So, it comes as no surprise that a growing number of companies are investing in the rapidly growing clean energy sector and powering their operations with renewable energy and energy efficiency. As the businesses community embraces clean energy, Massachusetts must do its part to keep pace and strengthen the Commonwealth’s clean energy policies this legislative session.

Read the full piece by Anne Kelly, Ceres senior director of policy and the BICEP Network, Bill Ravanesi of Health Care Without Harm, and Elizabeth Henry of the Environmental League of Massachusetts on news.wgbh.org.

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Keywords: Energy | Alternative Energy | Business Leadership | CERES | Clean Energy | Climate Action | Energy Policy | Environment | Environmental Policy | Environmental Politics | MA

CAMPAIGN: Climate and Energy

CONTENT: Blog